Computer courses in Bexley Libraries
If you have some basic computer skills but want to develop further, why not come along to one of our IT courses?
Find out more about each course by viewing our Guide to Courses
Future courses are shown below.
August Courses 2018
|Sidcup||Beginners guide to iPad||Part 1-Thursday 23rd August |
Part 2-Thursday 31st August
|Welling||Beginners guide to Android||Part 1-Friday 24th August |
Part 2-Friday 31st August
|Erith||Beginners guide to iPad||Part 1-Wednesday 15th August |
Part 2-Wednesday 22nd August
Please ask at the library to book a place.
Computer Clubs for Beginners
These clubs are for complete beginners to computers and are designed to help you learn the basics, including how to use the keyboard and mouse, the internet, and email.
3 week courses are currently running at:
- Central Library Bexleyheath
- Sidcup Library
- Welling Library
This is a chargable course (£11 - payable in advance). For further information, please contact your local library.
European Computer Driving Licence (ECDL)
Are you interested in gaining an accredited IT qualification? The ECDL enables learners to work at their own pace to achieve a qualification in computer skills from BCS, The Chartered Institute of IT. We offer a flexible, pay-as-you-go online course to fit around your lifestyle. Click here for more details.
Drop in to Central Library for information and enrolments on these dates between 10.00am - 12.00noon.
|TBC- January 2018||Friday 4th May 2018||Friday 7th September 2018|
|Friday 2nd February 2018||Friday 1st June 2018||Friday 5th October 2018|
|Friday 2nd March 2018||Friday 6th July 2018||Friday 2nd November 2018|
|Friday 6th April 2018||Friday 3rd August 2018||Friday 7th December 2018|
Bexley Libraries supports the National Numeracy Challenge
The National Numeracy Challenge is here helping adults learn the maths needed for everyday life. It can help you build your skills and confidence with numeracy. Find out more...
London Grid For Learning (LGFL) Resources.
LGfL provides high quality Learning Resources as part of the LGfL 2.0 service to London Schools. All our content is showcased and explained at www.content.lgfl.net
The resources are safe, secure and reliable so that London teachers incorporate them into their daily teaching and children's learning, both in and out of school.
The resources are available to school staff and students. To access the resources, please use your school account and Token.